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SoundCheck 14.1 for Mac

SoundCheck for Mac

SoundCheck for Mac

Listen is excited to announce the release of SoundCheck 14.1 for Mac. Offering similar functionality* to the Windows version of SoundCheck 14, this is the first large-scale commercial audio test software to run natively on a Mac. SoundCheck is a powerful software package which controls and communicates with your audio measurement hardware and contains all the stimuli, algorithms and functionality to develop and run complete audio tests on loudspeakers, headphones, microphones, smartphones, tablets, hearing aids and more.

SoundCheck 14.1 for Mac offers seamless integration with Listen’s expanding line of hardware products including AmpConnect, DC Connect, SoundConnect 2 and AudioConnect, making the initial system setup quick and easy, even for novice users and non-technical personnel. All Listen hardware products, as well as the Portland Tool & Die BTC-4148 Bluetooth interface can now be directly controlled from within the software, enabling them to be changed as part of a sequence.

Users of previous PC-based versions of SoundCheck can upgrade these to the Mac version for an additional fee. Contact sales@listeninc.com for more information.

* Note that there are some minor differences between the Mac version and the Windows version due to variations in the development environment, particularly surrounding data export functionality. Please contact your sales engineer for more information.

More about SoundCheck for Mac (V.14.1) and SoundCheck version 14.0 for Windows  (same features )

 

SoundCheck 14 New Features Video

In this short (10 minute) video, Brian Fallon introduces the new features in SoundCheck 14. These include an improved set-up wizard for easier transition from older versions, advanced Listen hardware integration, a redesigned hardware editor and a new autoranging feature.

SoundCheck ONE Updated and Expanded

SoundCheck ONE, our budget SoundCheck system has been updated and expanded for its release with SoundCheck 13. SoundCheck ONE is essentially a lower cost, simplified, version of SoundCheck coupled with the AmpConnect ISC hardware. SoundCheck ONE offers the capability to test loudspeakers, microphones and headphones within predetermined sequence templates.

Although the user interface is the same as in the full version of SoundCheck, rather than using the Sequence Editor, SoundCheck ONE users are supplied with sequence templates. These templates serve as the starting point for all SoundCheck ONE tests and can be used to generate as many product-specific sequences as desired by selecting parameters such as the stimulus signal, characteristics to be measured, frequency range, level and limits.

SoundCheck ONE is designed for customers who do not own a full version of SoundCheck and need a low cost and easy to set up system for basic production line tests of loudspeakers, microphones or headphones. While it offers the same accuracy, advanced algorithms and speed as the regular version of SoundCheck, its flexibility and test customization capabilities are restricted. It is a good entry point for a company testing their products for the first time or moving up from a more rudimentary test system as it can be upgraded to the full version at any time for an additional fee.

SoundCheck 13 Preview

SC 13 graphSoundCheck 13 (shipping Q1 2014) is packed with improvements and upgrades, including a simpler, user interface, improved memory management, faster test development and the option to use longer test signals. Changes and improvements include a complete overhaul of the sequence editor, making it faster to write, troubleshoot and modify test sequences, and updated versions of the XY and Waveform graphs with a cleaner look and more intuitive interface.

Significant improvements to SoundCheck’s memory management allows the use of longer stimulus signals. It also means that sequences that use multiple acquisition steps can also keep iterative recorded waveforms in the memory list without incurring significant memory consumption.  Customers performing multi-channel measurements will also experience substantial performance gains in SoundCheck 13 due to the lower memory footprint. This is beneficial for R&D applications with complex sequences, in particular in the telephony industry where long speech signals are widely used. A 64-bit version  allows the program to access more system memory, which permits the use of much longer stimuli and allow large data sets to be opened into the memory list for offline analysis and reporting.

SoundCheck 12 New Features

A demonstration and discussion of the new features introduced in SoundCheck 12. These include new tabs for display steps, single file sequences, relative file paths, a new offline setting, new features in the statistics step and more. Presented by Brian Fallon, Listen, Inc. Status: Recorded. Watch Webinar

 

SoundCheck ONE

Author: Vance Dickason. Reprinted from the October 2010 issue of Voice Coil.
VoiceCoil Editor Vance Dickason offers this user report of SoundCheck® ONE – the low cost production line test system from Listen.
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